Missing mom-of-three Ana Walshe had amassed a multi-million property portfolio when she went missing on New Year’s Day, it has been revealed.
The 39-year-old had acquired a $1.3million Washington DC mansion, a Maryland home she bought for $191,000 as well as two investment houses in Lynn, Massachusetts, that cost $135,000 and $139,900.
Meanwhile she had also sold a house in Cohasset – where she lived – for $1.4million, an apartment for $220,000 and another property for $840,100.
It comes after it was revealed her husband Brian, 47, had Googled ‘how long for someone to be missing to inherit’ after she vanished.
He pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to a murder charge after cops earlier this week upped their allegation that he had been misleading investigators during the case.
Ana Walshe, 39, the Massachusetts real estate manager and mom-of-three who vanished on New Year’s Day is revealed to have accumulated a $2million property empire at the time of her disappearance